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    :mad: Bloody typo.

    Did you have to look up besmirch?
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    I'm an A2 lit student, of course not.

    I have a vast vocab but I don't use it on here, no need innit blad.
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    :hugs: I'm only joking.

    But please note, 'innit' and 'blad' offend me to no end.
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    great, i'll be using it more often then.
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    (Original post by JessicaW)
    :hugs: I'm only joking.

    But please note, 'innit' and 'blad' offend me to no end.
    Loads of people in leamington and huddersfield use that I have to admit I really can't stand it either
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    Jazz don't come to london as iNNIT BLAD is used as much as Hello.
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    Those people are morons.
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    (Original post by LawYah)
    Jazz don't come to london as iNNIT BLAD is used as much as Hello.
    We goto East London quite regulary! (esp Leyton, Ilford and Wanstead)
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    I live near leyton.
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    (Original post by LawYah)
    Jazz don't come to london as iNNIT BLAD is used as much as Hello.
    Such culture.

    Not in ALL of London. Maybe where you live.
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    We do some 'Indian' shopping in Ilford, my gf mamaji lives in Leyton and her Pooha lives in Wanstead E12.
    I have family in Leyton
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    Yeah, it's used all around the country, but it is overused around here, even middle class peeps are using it




    btw you're helping me slowly catch up to sugar :proud:
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    I think you may know more Indian words than me Jazz.


    Glad to be of assistance LawYah, at least she can't tell you off for direct spamming.
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    I got family in Leyton, go there quite a bit. The urban slang there is nowhere near as bad as over here.
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    Where are you tani?
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    (Original post by JessicaW)
    I think you may know more Indian words than me Jazz.
    Thats how all her family refers to them, I like to use it when I meet them, they're impressed (gets me in the good books)
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    hi Tani
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    Croydon endz, brrrrrap - and two buses away from Brixton!

    wasgwannin Jazz, you alright?
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    north west
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    meh, croydon. :p:

    meh, north west.
 
 
 
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